Your Club or Organisation could benefit from Capital investment through The Scottish Football Partnership Trust and Shared Access.
What is the Scheme?
Football clubs / organisations at all levels across Scotland as well as Leisure Trusts are set to see their facilities benefit through a new funding scheme between the Scottish Football Partnership Trust and Shared Access, the wireless infrastructure operator that works alongside major Mobile Networks Operators (MNOs).
Individual clubs and organisations – from grassroots to professional – will be able to install new or upgrade existing on-site facilities such as floodlighting, pitches, changing rooms or equipment. In return for the investment, Shared Access would install their technology on the clubs / organisations land or existing structures such as floodlight columns, stands or pavilions.
The Scottish Football Partnership Trust is encouraging as many clubs / organisations as possible, without obligation, to register their site, and subject to it being in a suitable location, have the opportunity of either obtaining new or improved floodlights or other capital investment. There is no cost to the club / organisation for registering an interest and there is no obligation to proceed should the location be suitable for investment.
Ready to Register your site?
To register your club / organisation onto the scheme all you need to do is complete an online enquiry form.REGISTER ONLINE
What Happens Next?
When you have completed your registration form a copy will be provided to Shared Access and your club/organisation and its location will be added to a portfolio of potential sites that the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) may consider, based on the need for network coverage. The requirement for new and enhanced connectivity continues to evolve including the role out of 5G and sites which may not be required at present may be required in the future so it is important that you register to have an opportunity to benefit from this scheme.
* Please note however not every site will be required by Shared Access and the SFP Trust will only be in contact with you should your location be suitable for investment.
Your data is important to both The Scottish Football Partnership and Shared Access and a copy of our respective Data Protection policies is available on request.